Megan Andrews, PhD, is a dance artist/scholar, educator and writer/editor, working across theory and practice at a number of disciplinary intersections. Her research queries the relation of ethics and aesthetics through embodied practices of movement and perception. She teaches dance courses in the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University, coaches individual clients in somatic awareness, and works in leadership development as a consultant in corporate contexts under the umbrella Embodied Leadership. As a performer, Megan has worked with many independent choreographers across Canada and is currently conducting research with several experimental dance makers. Megan taught on faculty at York University for 14 years, and has directed studio and seminar courses in contemporary dance, movement analysis, dance aesthetics, dance history and critical dance writing. Her research and writing has been published in a variety of journals and publications. Founding editor of the Canadian dance magazine The Dance Current, she maintains an ongoing affiliation with the organization as Director of Education and Special Projects. Megan is a Certified Laban Movement Analyst and holds a PhD in Communication and Cultural Studies from York University. She works from her current base in Vancouver, on unceded Coast Salish territory.